This is all new tech stuff for Harley, barely two years and they are already uploading firmware updates. That alone is a big plus. Many professional camera companies for example, update rarely. Have you followed the history of this technology? Garmin gave up updating many older systems, or charged a substantial fee, and several older units still have to pay before they went to lifetime updates. Relax, give it a break, or wait another couple years before you finance your next ride.
I havent found enough flaws to bitch about yet, except the set up which is a pita. My GPS works fine so far after set up. Maybe I'm not expecting enough.... ?
You're probably right, but I expect technology to advance. No one buys a new computer or phone and expects to go backwards. It's just unacceptable. Regardless, it's not expecting too much to have at least eight year old technology on a new bike. Apple or Samsung wouldn't get away with it. They could put a little less in marketing and more in tech and maybe we'd be talking about how useful it is about now. I'm not asking anyone to expect something on my provocation. The original thread was about someone wanting to upgrade from 2011. You made the right suggestion in waiting a couple of years. I wish I had. I wrote a check for the last three bikes. Maybe I should have financed the 15 ( the 14 softail digital odometer works as expected ) and I could have felt like I was paying for something as it evolved.
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